I would be tempted to keep weighing, to see how low I could get it (not because I want a terribly low BF%, but because it would be funny to pretend I was becoming nothing but muscle over a few minutes). I'm funny like that.
As mentioned, body fat scales can be ridiculously inaccurate. When I get closer to my goal weight I plan to get the caliper test because I know the number my scale is telling me is worthless.
Because, unfortunately, the BF calculator on scales like that can't be terribly accurate. If you have a lot of extra water, it can change the reading. That is why calipers or the pool body fat measurements are more accurate. That just gives you a ballpark.
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